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  1. mikes02ls1
    07-10-2011 06:52 PM
    mikes02ls1
    Yeah I added extra soap, but I was a black Denali that I did a 3 step on 2 weeks prior, found swrils in it. bt the dust and rain had to have a part in it, plus the owner used a california duster, which is a no no unless they are a ro at using it. So your a family business up in the valley, me and my brother are rocking it down here in CG. You do this full time? Me i'm getting my customer base going first, then if I can make 15% more then my full time job then I will be detailing full time.
  2. Wills.
    07-10-2011 03:47 PM
    Wills.
    Let me know how it works and how it sounds to you...do you have any pictures? Feel free to email me directly.. WindowsAndWheels@aol.com ...just put in the subject 'its mike!' lol
  3. Wills.
    07-10-2011 03:47 PM
    Wills.
    Well if the blowing dust hit your paint super hard and already put in some swirls...nothing can be done but re correct those spots. If the paint ISN'T swirled from the blowing dust alone and you're worried about how to wash it...then yes for sure 2 bucket method is a must. I'd start out by trying to rinse away as much loose dirt as possible...if you have a pressure washer that would be ideal. If not then you'd just have to do the best you could with a hose. Then I'd for sure add extra soap compared to what you usually use...to make the water extra slippery...and then i would soak each panel...and do them one by one if you really want to be extra safe. Squeeze some wash water onto whatever panel you're going to do...let it set (but not dry of course) so that it has a chance to break down the dirt...then VERY gently wipe that section down...and for sure rinse your mit very often.

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    Use to own a 11 sec 02 Z28.
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